Friday Fallout: Suspected Of Drunk Driving? Don’t This With Police

A field sobriety test is something police ask a driver to perform when they are suspected of drunk driving. Normally a field sobriety test can Read More »

Drunk Driving Crash In New Orleans Ended Mardi Gras Parade

New Orleans is famous for Mardi Gras, and a lot of popular parades celebrate the holiday every year. Although no one expects anyone to remain Read More »

Don’t Ruin Your St.Patrick’s Day With a Drunk Driving Charge

It’s St.Patrick’s Day, and there’s something you should consider when you’re about to drink that first green beer you’ve ordered: how are you going to Read More »

Winter Weather Doesn’t Stop The Flow Of Drunk Drivers

Whether you live on the East Coast or the West Coast, you’ll have to agree that it’s already been a long winter. From extended cold Read More »

The Ultimate Irony: Drunk Driving Video Crashed By Drunk Driver

Public service announcements (PSAs) are one of the ways that anti-drunk driving groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and local law enforcement raise public Read More »

Friday Fallout: Florida, It’s Time To Toughen Up Those Drunk Driving Laws

From Orlando to Tampa and all the way down to the Keys, Florida law enforcement have their hands full with drunk drivers. One of the Read More »

How Was This Michigan Repeat Offender Still Behind The Wheel?

How many times should one person be able to drive drunk before they’re caught, convicted, and sent to jail for a long, long time? There’s Read More »

Three Common Ways Drunk Drivers Are Arrested

When you hear about drunk driving arrests on the news, no matter what state that driver is from or who it is, there are usually Read More »

How Many Ignition Interlock Violations Can I Have In Arizona?

There’s a reason why Arizona is well known as one of the toughest states for drunk driving. Not only do they take first offender drunk Read More »

Friday fallout: Here’s What Happens When You Lose Rideshare Services

When it comes to rideshare services in Austin, Texas, there aren’t a lot of options. That’s because both Uber and Lyft pulled out of the Read More »